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Alarm Keeps Going Off, Early Hours Of The Morning.

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so if the alarm goes off, then what else could it be ?

Don't really know to be honest, but at least you'd know that you don't have to fork anything out for the interior sensors!

It could be a faulty door sensor or something though, so you'll need to rule things out one by one.

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So let me get this straight... if i lock all the doors one by one manually and then lock the drivers door with they key alone.. then wouldnt the car still self lock itself? and activate the alarm anyway?

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So let me get this straight... if i lock all the doors one by one manually and then lock the drivers door with they key alone.. then wouldnt the car still self lock itself? and activate the alarm anyway?

Lock itself? It definitely doesn't do that!

Once you park up, just open the drivers door and then hit lock on the switch on the door. That will lock all the doors except the drivers, then just get out, shut the door and lock the drivers with the key. Doors will be locked, but alarm will be off.

Simples :)

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sorry to join this disscussion at tis late stage, but going back to the first reply you got, i also had this problem, went to dealers (aberdeen) and was given a choice of fixes, replace interior sensor at a cost of £200, or simply disconnect the interior sensor part of the alarm system there and then at no cost, i went for the latter, the guy went back to the car and did it in less than 2 minutes and sent me on my way, never had a problem again.

I vever followed him to the workshop so i dont know how he did it, but it an be done on the spot.

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It appears to be a fault with Lexus sensors. I have a moon roof to keep the car cool and if it is open the sensor sensors the slightest air movement. Lexus know that they have a problem but appear unwilling to fix it.
They say there is a fly in the car but that is not correct.
I don't want to sense flies or air movements. Just break-insins.
For a top quality car I am not impressed.
I tried putting tape over the sensor, it did not work.
The suggestion is switch it off 
Not impressed Try Consumer affairs

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i think you can adjust the sensitivity of the sensors. Sometimes small flies in the car can set off the sensors if set too sensitive - flies can often wake up at night. Alternatively, mice can do the same if you live in a rural area.

When the Battery on my car was on the way out, the car would make very quiet, rhythmic, chirping noises, which you would only notice if standing next to it. Ignoring this meant a flat Battery.

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